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The term war is defined as the following 1 armed conflict or fighting between nations or factions 2 Any conflict of struggle The term justified is used to define the United States as free of blame for its part in the war Was it right for us to go to war with Iraq Were reasons for war the right ones I have to rely on my personal opinion which I feel this war was not justified Saddam Hussein is out of power for Iraq maybe its justified The people can rebuild if they know how The people that died and their loved ones will never see them again this is not justified Soldiers gave their lives for this war Will the results be good in the end We can only wait and see what happens in the end of it all The first article that I had read was from the Washington Post and it claims President Bush went to war for the wrong reasons They state the war happened due to Saddam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction that were an urgent danger to the United States and if we waited or never acted it might have been too late The article says there was a weapon inspector that says he believes Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction so maybe we launched the war on false pretenses due to the president eagerness to have this war As of February 13 2004 538 Americans have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq This number includes non-combat deaths and only represents the loss from the American side of the war I have read The Associated Press about many of these United States Soldiers that were killed The majority of them have families who now have to live with the loss of their loved one The life of their family is what is truly sad I personally cant imagine having my husband not
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